Have you made a Pop-up yet? They are so fun! During this blog hop you’ll get to visit various blogs to see all the neat ways you can adapt a Pop-up and get a chance to win some by just leaving a comment.
First off, let me say how totally practical these things are. They come in three sizes and are great to use in the car for trash, to hold hair clips, craft items, keys, snacks, baby items, the uses are endless. But the best part is that you can make them as pretty as you want. Jo did an introduction of this blog hop yesterday on her blog, check it out here.
Today I am featuring my Duck Duck Goose pattern,
and how nicely this large matching Pop-up (using XL spring) goes with it.
This makes a great Baby Shower gift, you can put the quilt and other baby goodies right in the Pop-up. It can be re-used as a waste basket in a bathroom or a baby’s room or fill it with toys, blankets or toiletries for baby. This Ducky Pop-up features two ducks and the pattern was easy to adapt. The Duck Duck Goose (PDF or paper) pattern is included in one of the giveaways. You can even customize the colors if you want. And who doesn’t love a rubber ducky, right?
For instruction sheet on how to adapt the pattern go here or click below.
Below is the Just Keep On Swimming quilt (available in (PDF or paper), it has a great “boy” or “summer” look to it that would complement any boy’s room and any age can be accommodated since this pattern comes with 3 size options. It’s perfect for a nautical or fishing theme.
This Large sized Pop-up features 3 fish easily adapted from the pattern (PDF or paper) and it was a cinch! This design is great for mixing and matching favorite fabrics. For the inside, I used a fabric covered in little fishes, great for I Spy games too. This would be so cute for a beach home decor for a boy’s room.
For instruction sheet to adapt the pattern go here. This Pop-up goes with a large sized spring not featured in today’s giveaway but available here.
To make this Extra large Pop-up, I adapted my Peppermints pattern and I love how it looks. It’s a great holiday gift idea, you can fill it with a Pop-corn tin and other festive snacks and just hand it over to your party host or family.
Of course you can also put a Christmas quilt in it too if you want to, for that special family member or friend.
For pattern adaptation sheet, go here or click below.
Other featured Pop-up Partners are:
February 8th: The Patchwork Pearl
February 9th: Me, Summercrafter YOU ARE HERE!
February 10th: Triangle Frenzy
February 11th: Seams like a Dream
February 12th:Custom Quilt Kits
February 13th: Cabin in the Woods
February 14, 15th: Surprise!!
February 16th: On Point Quilter
February 17th: Happy Memories Quilts
February 18th: Poorhouse Quilt Design
February 19th: Swirly Girl Design
For Blog Hop Headquarters head on over to the Fat Quarter Gypsy’s blog
There you’ll see who is next on the hop and have a chance at the Grand Prize. All grand Prize entry emails will be shared with 11 designers in the blog hop.
I will be having two giveaways, items shown above, as a bonus I have included my Watercolor Sea Horse pattern (which is NOT Pop-up friendly). All you have to do it leave a comment telling me how you would made and use your Pop-up!
Thanks you all for visiting and commenting and for the drawing….